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Sunday, January 28, 2007
Back to Basics for Samsung

A simple Phone for Those who need Nothing Else

Sometimes, all you need is a phone - and nothing more. Such is the Samsung C140: a candybar with no camera, no QVGA display (128 x 128 suffices here), and no "world's firsts," just a GSM 900 / 1800 radio with 700KB of memory, MMS, a WAP browser, Java support, and an unwavering desire to be sold contract-free for peanuts. Looks like it's already available in some parts of the world for under ?50 (about $65) unsubsidized, which squarely pits this thing against the MOTOFONE.

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